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for being with us. greta is next. we'll see you tomorrow night. >> greta: he's talking to you. nebraska senator ben nelson in his first tv interview since controversy exploded about the special health care deal he landed for his state of nebraska. who came up with the idea that 100 million dollars would go to nebraska your idea? >> i think it was the idea -- someone's idea to put it in. >> greta: someone? >> this was 1% of the discussion that i had. >> greta: much more is minutes away first breaking news out of georgia in the health care war. georgia's state attorney general a democrat has refused to file a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the law. a short time ago governor purdue, a republican essentially told his state attorney general since you won't file, get out of my way. governor purdue has named a private attorney frank c jones to be his special attorney general representing georgia in a lawsuit against the federal government. that's not the only fight tonight in georgia. look who is saying no now. georgia insurance commissioner ox dine joins us live. good evening in
>> as mark twain said, nothing needs more reforming than somebody else's habit. >> sean: greta is next.cvóÑ see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight arizona says, time's up. arizona is waiting no longer for empty federal promises about securing our borders. >> our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring new guards, departing twice as many criminal aliens as ever before. >> there will be a coordinated effort to safeguard our transportation systems and secure the border so we are better able to protect our citizens and welcome our friends. >> we said we would enforce the borders, the american people didn't believe us. they don't believe us because of our fail newer katrina, failure in iraq, failures in r bringing in corruption and out of control spending. we tried and failed. i appreciate the president's efforts. we've learned the american people want borders enforced. president we should continue the work of fixing our broken immigration system to secure our borders and enforce our laws and ensure that everyone who plays by the rules can con
. and now, former governor sarah palin is here from eugene, oregon. >> governor, good evening. >> hey, greta. how are you? >> i'm very well. i understand you have been on the road. but you started your day in tennessee, in a courtroom. you testified today? >> i did. i testified in the trial, the incident that occurred on the v.p. campaign trail. >> under subpoena, the prosecutor called you up and said, we have to have you come down here, you are part of the prosecution of the case and we need to you testify? >> absolutely. my daughter bristol and i both were subpoenaed. we answered the subpoena, got on the stand, told the truth t. wasn't a real traumatic or dramatic thing to be up there, telling the truth and seeking justice. >> was it a bid awkward? people have no idea what to expect. you are called to the witness stand. did you feel nervous at all? >> you know, it's funny, i told todd beforehand, i never get nervous before a speech or anything. but this morning, i was a little bit nervous because there was that unknown out there, never having been on the witness stand, know knowing what to
financed the obama campaign? greta is next. hill -- i'll hit new the head. >> that's violence. >> greta: the number is going up that is the wrong direction that is bad news. if you don't trust the government, guess what? you've got company. new poll by pew research center finds 76% of americans do not trust the government. you can see the trend is lousy. distrust at one of its highest levels in the past 50s -- 50 years. dane -- dana perino joins us live that is one lousy number, what do you think? >> interesting 80% of the american people said they didn't trust the government. made me think what do the other 20% know that the rest of us don't know? not a good number. has lots of consequences politically. it also talks about where things are going in terms of the institutions in america. not just government people are upset with. it is a collective anxiety. i think it has a lot to do with the economy. future concerns about our competitiveness and so on. it is not a good number. if you are running for office now you are probably concerned about november. >> greta: here's another
heart be troubled, the news continues, greta is next. >> greta: former speaker of the house newt gingrich is here to explain this: >> the president of the united states the most radical president in american history has now thrown down the gauntlet to the american people. he has said i run a machine, i own washington and there's nothing you can do about it. that's where we are. >> greta: speaker gingrich joins us live near washington. the most radical president in american history. >> i think that's clearly true. look at what they did with general motors and chrysler, taking money from the stockholders and bond holders and giving it to the unions. look what they did in ramming through the trillion dollar health bill. look what they are doing with a pay czar in the white house which is is an unconstitutional office that has an individual person who decides what banks should be able to earn. you have never seen this left wing, this interventionist this big government and in foreign policy, i think this misleading an administration. think by any reasonable standard this is far and a
will in cincinnati. go to hannity.com for details. >> greta: get ready. which are one hour and 59 minutes away from tax day on the dqst coast. tea parties are revved up coast-to-coast. a short time ago governor sarah palin took the first one a boston tea party by storm. >> i don't want those in congress who stood strong against obama care until the end. they understand that you improve health care, we need less government and more competition. they know that to get the economy back on the right track we need to cut spending and not stall the spending spree that we have been on. now, we need congress to hear us when we say please, those in theç positions of power and authority to cast votes, starve the beast, don't perpetuate the problem. don't fun the largesse being proposed. we need to cut taxes so our families can keep more of what we earn and produce. and our small businesses can reinvest according to our own priorities and hire more people and let the private sector grow and thrive and prosper! [ cheering ] >> that's how our economy comes roaring back to life. if washington really wanted to h
'll see you back here monday. >> greta: tonight the tea party claims victory. they say they knocked congressman stupak out of politics. he denies it. karl rove goes on the record. nice to see you. >> great to to see you greta. >> greta: upper peninsula of michigan tea party declaring victory over congressman bart stupak. do you think he decided not to run again in november because of the tea party movement or has he completed all that he intended to as a member of congress? >> i think it is obviously the former. it is not latter. he's been in there for 18 years. i'm sure as most members of congress he has more he would like to do. i think it became apparent he lost the support of pro-lifers in his district socially conservative district. at the same time he inspired a challenge from the left on the issue of abortion, a county commission her been endorsed by the national abortion rights league and he was facing the prospect of a difficult and probably deadly primary. >> greta: the tea party movement has said that he was their number two person to dethrone come november. the number on
greta is next. we'll see you back tomorrow night. she goes on the record tonight, great take it away. >> greta: thank you. tonight breaking news. alaska says it wants in. into the lawsuit with the other states taking on the government over health care. joining us by phone alaska governor parnell. nice to hear from you tonight, sir. >> great to be with you again greta, thanks. >> greta: you want into this lawsuit? >> i do. i'm one of these governors that thinks and then acts. i asked my attorney general quite a few weeks ago to do the legal analysis on this for ourselves so we would know we were acting in good faith doing our homework and avoiding the politics of the moment. yesterday i a briefing from the attorney general. he gave me a 50 page memo on just a very detailed analysis. i thought it was so important what i saw and heard that today i released that attorney general's memorandum and announced that alaska was joining the other states in florida's legal action against the federal government. >> greta: have you spoken to the attorney general in florida? have you designated your
sean will be back here monday have a great weekend everyone!♪ >> greta: tonight the health care bill is now a law. for some the fight continues. >> you work for us! >> health care! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> health care now! >> greta: the health care battle is moving from congress to a new battlefield the courts. moments after president obama signed the new bill into law, 14 attorneys general from across the country sued the federal government. you will meet some of those attorneys general tonight. first, a different health care bill was signed last month. not at the white house, but in virginia. virginia governor mcdonnell signed into law that bars the federal government forcing virginians to buy health insurance. he on the record about his state's battle against the federal government. you also have been the attorney general so you knee job pretty well. did you consult with the attorney general when he made his decision to file suit? >> i did. he advised me he had been doing the legal research over the last couple of months about this claim. and we both believed that in
, the prescription that starts in the sea. he told greta about the popularity of the democrats' health care overhaul. >> now that the legislation passed, it is amazing how much different people's attitude is. traveling on an airplane people are so nice to me. we have people -- it wasn't that way before. everybody acknowledges, with the rare exception that what we did with immediate deliver ups are terrific. >> sean: the latest rasmussen poll shows 62% of nevada voters want the relate care bill repealed. as for all the people that reid claims are being nice to him that same poll has reid trailing all three top gop candidates vying for his job. sue lowden holds a 15 point lead, danny tarkanian up by 7 points and sheryl angle but 11 points. maybe everybody is being nice to you because they know you are out of a job in november. the balance to win hearts and minds adjust as essential in afghanistan as it was in iraq. how are our troops going about it? lt. north standing by from kandahar, afghanistan tonight. >> we are with the 41st rescue squad in afghanistan their mission is saving lives. tell us how y
. >> sean: great panel. happy friday. time to check in with greta for a sneak peek of what is coming up "on the record." where is the papers tonight? >> greta: all blank tonight. we have reverend frank lidge graham -- franklin graham, plus democratic pollster here says there is going to be a bloodbath, my word, in november for the democrats. he has a tip, co-save them. and that horrible cloud that is all over europe that is very dangerous to planes and causing so much economic catastrophe and destruction we have the latest on that and much more. >> sean: thanks greta we'll see you 19 minutes from now. a special report, if the u.s. tax code if it confused you yesterday, you are not alone. my next guest has the answer on how you can simplify the entire thing. meet the man who helped construct the legal policy to fight the war on terror that is coming up, straight ahead. we get dole miles on every purchase. so we earned a ski trip twice as fast. we get double miles every time we use our card. ( thuds ) i'll take this. ( crashing ) double miles add up quick. and all of those. so we brought the
to campaign for that seat. >> think about it. look. on greta you had blanche lincon, combret gr she asked whu think of the president co coming to campaign for you? she edged. the only one wants him is gulianis whose family is in a banging deboggle and they need him to win a seat against her who is probably a better candidate and will probably win but they don't want him. >> they only reachch out to make a punch if it's political sense for obama. you have bill ayers and mr. wright, as you have spoken about in this program. he is no dang stranger to do th. >> sean: i think it's deeper than that. obama is admitting he doesn't have the political juice he once had. he is admitting he's a political liability. i think barack obama is afraid that when the election results come out in november he will get blamed. >> would you go? >> would i go? >> this is someone in trouble. >> would you go? >> the presidents are busy. he doesn't have to go anywhere. >> dick durbin is begging him to help in out the campaign. >> it's not his job. >> a good point because kirk is better for the job anyway because he does
that but first we are checking in with greta to see what she has tonight. blagojevich from illinois who is facing trial nearly june. he wants to call president obama as a witness. we have an interview with him. plus it just occurred to me we have video of a woman with a very interesting job. i think you would be good at it tucker but you have to stay on to watch. >> tucker: i'm going to watch it for the blago interview if nothing else. the great american panel, the great american panel, right after this nature knows just how much water vegetables need. so, to turn those vegetables into campbell's condensed soup, we don't boil it down, our chefs just add less water from the start. ♪ so many, many reasons ♪ it's so m'm! m'm! good! ♪ about all the discounts boswe're offering. i've got. i some catchphrases that'llideas make these savings even more memorable. gecko: all right... gecko: good driver discounts. now that's the stuff...? boss: how 'bout this? gecko: ...they're the bee's knees? boss: or this? gecko: sir, how 'bout just "fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car ins
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